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Reviews(4)
bymeilon, October 21, 2012
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It's good, but the SNMPv3 support should be added soon
Owner's reply

I agree that SNMPv3 should be added to make the check more complete. Currently this is not a requirement by my employer, until that changes I won't have any cycles to offer in that regard. If you want to add that functionality, I would upload it here.

Regards,

-greg

bymeilon, August 27, 2012
Thank you for this, it works really nice. Could you add some performance counters to it? For every module a current plus maximum value? This would help tracking the license usage much better!
bymeilon, March 21, 2012
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Windows Server Backup 2008/7 Powershell Passive Check
I found a bug: In your download there is the line that pulls the history from wbadmin commented out. This should be enabled by default.

Also, you maybe want to use the regional settings in PowerShell to automatically determine the yesterday date value for comparison. Or add a list of known ones (Germany uses dd.MM.yyyy).

Otherwise great!
Owner's reply

Meilon,

Thanks for your review. I uploaded the script with that line uncommented. I'll look into the dates and see if I can make it more regional friendly.

Zachary

bymeilon, January 4, 2012
SNMP Printer Check
I really like this plugin! But could you first check if the printer reports a maximum capacity before dividing through it? On our Sharp MX-2300N there is no such value, therefore the script tries to divide by 0 for a few times.